The Kavanaugh is one of the newest condominium projects in Ottawa, with occupancy expected to begin in the summer of 2014. With its trendy location, unique design, and multiple floor plans to choose from, this Domicile development is the perfect choice for condo buyers who want the experience of living in an urban village – close to all shopping and amenities, but still surrounded by Ottawa’s beautiful natural landscape.
The building will be located at 222 Beechwood Avenue, right in the heart of New Edinburgh, one of Ottawa’s fastest growing urban communities. Located just east of downtown, New Edinburgh is bordered by the Ottawa and Rideau Rivers and offers its residents plenty of beautiful natural landscapes and parks. Its proximity to these scenic escapes, along with its charming array of boutiques, cafes, shops, and restaurants, make this neighbourhood a top choice for potential buyers.
The building itself is designed to be a perfect fit with the community. While residential suites will take up space on the second to tenth storeys, the ground floor will be home to retail shops and a courtyard. And, while the retail shops and courtyard will be easily accessible, the higher storeys will be set further back, making them less visible from the street.
Buyers can choose from a variety of floorplans, from one-bedroom units to two-bedroom plus den suites, which range from about 604 square feet to over 1100 square feet. Prices start at about $279,000 and can reach up to $553,200, depending on square footage, layout, and the view. For those interested in more square footage for a reasonable price, The Kavanaugh also offers pricing details for combined units.
No matter which unit is right for you, The Kavanaugh has taken measures to ensure that the suites, and the building itself, are built with energy efficiency in mind. Each unit comes equipped with Energy Star appliances, both for the kitchen appliances and the washer and dryer. Additionally, the building provides indoor bicycle storage, making it easy for residents to navigate their new neighbourhood without needing to use a vehicle. The underground parking level has also been set up to provide a means of charging electric vehicles at a later date.